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\subsection{Rockblox}
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 \newline
Rockblox plugin
\par}

This well{}-known game will probably be familiar. The aim of the game is
to complete rows with the given pieces (blocks). Pieces can be rotated
to make them fit into the rows.  Once you complete a row, it gets
cleared, but if the blocks reach the top row then you lose.

The controls for this game (with the Jukebox turned so that the buttons
are to the right of the screen) are:

\begin{center}\begin{tabular}{|p{3.487cm}|p{9.657001cm}|}
\hline
{\centering\bfseries\itshape
KEY
\par}
&
{\centering\bfseries\itshape
ACTION
\par}
\\\hline
{\centering
UP
\par}
&
Rotate piece
\\\hline
{\centering
LEFT/RIGHT
\par}
&
Move piece to the left/right
\\\hline
{\centering
DOWN
\par}
&
Move faster the piece downwards
\\\hline
{\centering
OFF
\par}
&
Exit Rockblox
\\\hline
\end{tabular}\end{center}